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- Tan, Yunna, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Euphytica 2018 v.214 no.5 pp. 82
- Gossypium barbadense; additive effect; alleles; backcrossing; chromosomes; cotton; fiber quality; genetic analysis; genotype; germplasm; introgression; linkage groups; marker-assisted selection; parents; phenotypic variation; plant breeding; quantitative trait loci; selfing; substitution lines
- ... Developing chromosome segments substitution lines (CSSLs) is an effective method for broadening the cotton germplasm resource, and improving the fiber quality and yield traits. In this study, the 1054 F₂ individual plants and 116 F₂:₃ lineages were generated from the two parents of MBI9749 and MBI9915 selected from BC₅F₃:₅ lines which originated from hybridization of CCRI36 and Hai1, and advanced ...
- Tan, Yunna, et al. Show all 23 Authors
- BMC plant biology 2016 v.16 no.1 pp. 79
- Gossypium hirsutum; confidence interval; cotton; crops; cultivars; genes; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; inbred lines; loci; marker-assisted selection; nucleotide sequences; phenotypic variation; quantitative trait loci; single nucleotide polymorphism
- ... BACKGROUND: Upland Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) is one of the most important worldwide crops it provides natural high-quality fiber for the industrial production and everyday use. Next-generation sequencing is a powerful method to identify single nucleotide polymorphism markers on a large scale for the construction of a high-density genetic map for quantitative trait loci mapping. RESULTS: In this ...
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